Today on Athenae’s Obsession with the Freepi: Around Here We Call It ‘Rat Loving’

The Editors think the rats aren’t going to fuck themselves.

The Freepi beg to differ:

Phil Gramm is a fine man. He was an excellent senator with many good ideas. He does not deserve this lambasting from McCain. McCain does not need to demonstrate his empathy for those in difficult times by trashing a good man like Phil Gramm.


The worst nominee in GOP history keeps showing his stuff.

I hate this election.


There is a reason I call him John MeCain, Party of One!

Juan McAmnesty MeCain- “I distance myself from everyone but myself and I pledge to even rebuke myself if asked by my friends across the isle.”


McCain’s very tough and aggressive.

Against Republicans.

Remaining to be seen: can he be tough and aggressive against Democrats?

Maybe we’ll find out if he ever starts campaigning.


Another McCain dissappointment.


Geeze,
The lose that McCain and the republicans are about to face is going to be staggering.


He can only disappoint you if you expect anything from him. He consistently lives up to my expectations.

Every few days I check in to see if they’ve come around to the McCain point of view yet. Every day, I’m delighted and surprised to see that they haven’t.

A.

4 thoughts on “Today on Athenae’s Obsession with the Freepi: Around Here We Call It ‘Rat Loving’

  1. MeCain! Too bad the media will never report that the right thinks McCain is selfish.

  2. Thelose that McCain and the republicans are about to face
    Is that the Freep variant of FAIL, or just typical rightwing illiteracy?

  3. Whoever coined the word “diss-“appointment is a genius. Best compound word since dignitude.
    FYI, I linked to your “rightsizing” postover here.

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